Formula 1 Grand Prix of Europe Tickets at the Valencia Street Circuit on sale

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Formula 1 Grand Prix of Europe Tickets at the Valencia Street Circuit on sale

Mensaje  max_pole el Vie Feb 27, 2009 1:07 pm

A new ticket for general Admission will permit fans Access to the Valencia Street Circuit without seat. Jorge Martinez Aspar "our main goal is to offer the major comforts to the fans". Valmor Sports reorganize tribunes in order to optimize the view.

Valencia (24/02/2009).- Formula 1 Grand Prix of Europe tickets are on sale. The event will celebrate its second edition at the Valencia Street Circuit on August 23rd. Ticket prices for the three-day event are exactly the same as last year and they range from 480 euros the most expensive ticket to 195 euros the cheapest.
Valmor Sports vicepresident, Jorge Martínez Aspar, has said in a meeting with media that "our aim is to offer the major comforts to the fans". "Last year in the first edition we worked so hard in sportive and safety areas, now is the time for fans comforts" has said.
Valmor Sports has made an extraordinary effort while carrying out their viability study for each of the stands. As a result thereof, some of the stands will remain in the same locations as at the first race, but all of them will be raised by at least one metre. Furthermore, the stands such as M7 have had their location changes and will be erected in new areas that provide a different view of the track for the fans. Finally, as was the case last year, there will be a stand with special access next to stand P5 in the braking area of the main straight that will allow access for any fans with wheelchairs.
This is going to be the first time that all tickets are not going to be seated because Valencia Street Circuit is going to have a General Admission Area with direct view of the track and F1 shopping, food and beverage services. This General Access will be sold on a daily basis with the price being 30 euros for Friday, 50 euros on Saturday to watch the qualifying sessions and the first of the support races and 100 euros for the Grand Prix on Sunday.
The second novelty is the selling of tickets for one of the grandstands on a daily basis, more specifically the one located in the Grao area known as G-1 with prices of 50, 100 and 150 euros for Friday, Saturday and Sunday respectively. Moreover, the names of the stands have been changed in order to facilitate access to them. This means that instead of being consecutively numbered, they have carry a prefix depending on the area they are located: Principal, Malvarrosa, Nazaret and Grao, and then will be numbered accordingly within each area.
The other prices are the same as in the first edition of the Grand Prix. Thus, the most expensive tickets cost 480 euros for the areas located at the end of the finish straight (P3, P4 and P5), and at the braking zone at the entrance of the bridge over the marina entrance channel (M6). The seats that cost 420 euros are for the M1 grandstand which is located at the exit of the chicane next to the Alinghi America's Cup Base and N1 at the braking zone after the long straight that separates the Marina and the Commercial Port. For 375 euros fans will have the chance to watch the race from the M2, M3, M4, M5 and M7 stands next to the Malvarrosa beach, N2 next to the Astilleros Bridge and G2 in the Grao area. The 250 euros tickets will provide access to stands G3, G4 and G5 in the Grao area. Finally, the cheapest tickets, costing 195 euros, are for seats and access for the three days of the event, and as was the case last year are for the stands N3 and N4 located in the Nazaret area.
All the tickets will be on sale simultaneously at Servientrada Bancaja (telephone ticket service) on (+ 34) 902 11 55 77, or at the El Corte Ingles department stores all over Spain and via the internet at as of February 24th 2009 at 10:00 am. Groups will be able to buy their tickets through the Ticketing service at the Comunitat Valenciana Ricardo Tormo Circuit.
The Valencia Street Circuit is divided into four large areas according to the access zone for each of them. Thus, the Principal Area covers the Tinglados where the pit garages are located, the paddock and the main straight grandstands and end of the straight stands. The Malvarrosa area covers the north side and the grandstands next to the bridge. The Nazaret area includes the southern part of the track, from the exit of the bridge through to where the Grao area starts, where the last four stands in the circuit are located. All the grandstand will be on sale from tomorrow unless Tribune N-1 located at Nazaret Area, its final location is still under study.

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